Last weekend the Nonprofit Technology Conference (NTC) brought together over 1,400 people to share skills and resources on nonprofits, technology and communications. NTC knows how to make good use of technology to share the conference experience. I couldn’t make it to Atlanta, but have taken some time to peruse the shared Powerpoints online: NTC is a great place to learn about what’s new, and also what’s tried and true in the field of nonprofit communications.
They have almost 50 Powerpoint presentations on the 2010 NTC page on Slideshare. My favorites:
- You Don’t Need a Website, You Need a Web Strategy (Big takeaway: think of your specific web audiences, what they want, and where they are online).
- Creating a Culture of Storytellers (Big takeaway: creating a strong narrative can encourage folks to insert themselves into the story and increase participation in your campaign).
- Overview of Google Grants (Great explanation of the what, why and how of Google Grants for nonprofits)
- Anatomy of a Video (Big takeaway: His five “video myths” and “Good Objective/Bad Objective” for video list)
And don’t forget, there’s plenty more where that came from: http://www.slideshare.net/event/2010-nonprofit-technology-conference/slideshows